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WELCOME!

You have joined us at the web pages for the Hutt Valley Branch of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists.  This site provides information for our branch members and also for anyone interested in researching their family history in the Hutt Valley area.

Meetings

Our Branch generally meets twice a month at the Petone Public Library meeting room, 7-11 Britannia Street, Petone.  Evening access is via the door from the Peel Place Car Park.

Parking is available in Peel Place Car Park, next to the Libary, and accessed from either Britannia St or Richmond St.  This map shows Peel Place Car Park.

Visitors are most welcome.

Select Go to Meetings from the menu above for more information, and Coming Up to see our calendar of meeting topics and events.


Want to know more?

Follow the links here or at the top and bottom of this page to find out more about us and how to become a Hutt Valley NZSG Branch member.

You can also read about our news, find back copies of our information-rich Branch newsletters, and see what speakers and topics have been covered at previous meetings.

We hope these pages will provide you with some additional sources to further your family history research, including the resources the Branch holds for members' use in its library at the Heritage Centre, Petone Public Library. We have also included some links that you might find helpful.

Contact us, or come along to one of our meetings. We would love to share our interest with you.

 

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Coming Up

HUTT VALLEY BRANCH MEETINGS


Thursday 9 April 2015, 7.30pm

'Gallipoli themed'

Anita West has a presentation; Christine Edney has a poem and the story behind it.

Christine Edney will also tell us about the process of getting WWI personnel records available at the NZ Archives' Archway website.


Thursday 16 April 2015, 10.00am

'Gallipoli themed'

Anita West has a presentation; Christine Edney has a poem and the story behind it.

Christine Edney will also tell us about the process of getting WWI personnel records available at the NZ Archives' Archway website.


For more details see Meetings Coming Up.